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Times Democrat, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1901, Lima, Ohio TjiE LIMA ILIMA OHIO MAY 10 1901 XVII NO 183 TOUR the western States Abandoned McKinley Said to be HI ind WiU be Taken Back to as Soon as II May be Can Condition the Causes Grave Sail Francisco May Owing to very character of Mrs Me illness the president deft to abandon his contern northwestern tour and Washington direct as soon as Mrs is to stand journey lie gravity Mrs McKinley's liou has been known to the of the president's party for ai days but had been concealed in that she would rally as she lone so frequently in the past id with a few days of absolute quiet id rest be restored to her condition But her present s beyn attended with entirely which have not yielded treatment and the president con that it was time the public nahi be apprised of the situation it was the president's wish thai other physician be called ia because he that bins science could do should left undone He was especially that the diagnosis of the at- physicians should agree Dr an expert ill the treatment trowel disorders has been called in cr since Mrs arrived at dcott residence she has been ill Her extreme weakness s tic most alarming feature of condition Her vitality has been a low ebb ami she has rt to those about her The strain president himself has un- during tho past few days has en very great It has been a for him to carry out ts hwo in order not to appoint the people but he has it Mis illness cast a over the whoie city The 1 shown their sympathy iu a of trays All day long little have been standine across the opposite tho Scott residence watching the drawn blinds SUM which Mrs lies The of the serious character ot her less evidently traveled fast be- from over the country have been coming to the sympathy for Mrs and asking for tidings of condition Just how soon Mrs would be able to travel is which no one can answer may be necessary for her to remain longer than next Monday when i party originally scheduled to As soon as is sufficiently the trio will be made by the direct route probably the Union No stops win be made and is believed the trip can be made fife days Is not regarded as immediate danger of dissolution is co abandonment of hope that will rally but In her weakened there could not Seil to be lest the spark of life Governor Nash and Party Francisco May sli of Ohio and staff were guests honor at a reception at the Union General was greeted by 600 members of postal service in this city Hs at- a banquet given in his honor the officers el ths service i congressional party spent the a Machinists to Strike May 16 At a mass the machinists of this city over men decided to ke next Monday May 20 They land nine hours for a workday and Per cent increase in wages The have agreed to the hours but refuse the in salary All the machinists Hamilton county will be affected of the American ration ot Labor will arrive hero ay night Will Help May e Workers of America the that affiliates with American Federation of Labor not up to this time given open to machinists out tlie country demanding an ad- vance in wages a day If there a does seem at this time the mine will what they can to help the machinists Explosion at an Slay An explosion at toe arsenal in one German and four German privates we It they vere blown places Tbe be- that the Committed the ef deace to Js Ing A be made Arbitration Suggested Chicago May Machinists and their widened the wage scale breach asd the result ia ad- mission on tie part of the workmen that a strike will be called in all the local shops on Monday morning The employers profess be- lief that the machinists will to some MURDER Was Committed in Self Aad the Verdict Was Not Guilty Liberty and aa Acquittal is At- by Hon S D Stokes Killed a Maister Williamson Va May jury in the case of Hon S D Stokes charged with the murder of Rev J J a Presbyterian minister hero last November returned a verdict of cot Mr Stokes Mr Woll soon after the minister had preached a sensational sermon iu he scored Williamson socially In tbo trial the plea of the tion t AS that Stokes bad sought the preacher in his own home had de- manded an apology and provoked a quarrel a which Mr Woll Was killed But the first witness put on the stand failed to bear 0111 that hypothesis Otis Reily was yards of the men at thp time and at the first tol shot rushed toward Stokes and Woll There he found Stokes ugh shot still with a revolver in his hand shot me first and I had to kill him Platt Amendment Havana May majority of the committee on relations Senores mayo and DeQuesada are in favor of the committee making an report advising the convention to accept the Platt Senores Gomer and Silva are strongly opposed to this action It ia said that Senor n drawing up the minority report in- the explanations of Secretary Eloot as an admission that the United will change the Platt ment if the insist upon it Identified His Man Omaha May 16 Deputy Sheriff Hubbard of Hart county Ky arrived n this city and identified WiU B who was arrested Saturday as the maa charged with the murder of Mrs Siss Shipp and her grandson near Ky in October 1899 After satisfying self that is the man he wanted he officer went to Lincoln to procure requisition papers They ored he started for Kentucky with lis prisoner TORCH That He in Using Was Hie Cause Of Ms Own in the Explosion Refused to Heed Warnings aai a Fatal Disaster was the Result Six Lost Lives and ethers Were Fatally in a West Virginia Coal Mine Fairmont W Va May 1C Sis miners lost lives five were tally injured and three seriously burned explosion ia the mine of the Georges Creek Coal and iron com- pany at seven west of this city The dead nard Beaty of joe ois of Md J H Everson of Everson Va Daa ot Joe Italian Tony Italian The fatally Charles Carpenter ter Hershel.Eversoa Joseph Blaney Italian The mine was only recently put in operation by the company which is Baltimore Md and 125 men were employed only 40 of this number working under ground A number of cars left at tho mine aad tho management decided to break all ords with the output So 15 miners were assigned to a portion of the mines that bas been worked for some time and the remainder were put work on headings some distance away One of the men in the rooms it is alleged had smuggled a torch Into the mines as it gives so much better light than the safety lamps pre- scribed by the company The miner did not heed the frequent warnings of a fellow employe who warned him ot the risk he The miner fired a shot and the smoke which was very dense caught fire from the torch and spread to the gas or dust and the explosion resulted the mine not catch fire to any Selected Next League O sixth manual convention Lutheran a session hers Tbe officers were elected for the ensuing President Rev W cf recording secretary Margaret Puck sf Toledo correspond ias secretary Kev F Steck of Springfield treasurer Charles ot Springfield fcr convention next year Trip May 18 United Senator Albert 3 Severidge of Indiana who is in New York sails for Russia today to study conditions there During his trip he will investigate the in- situation and many and lie extend his journey through Siberia Senator eridge believes taat United States can secure the immense bulk sia's foreign trade incl that Russian and American relations should grow more intimate Southern Little Hock May were many arrivals for the Southern general whose sions opened today There were fully 200 present at opening A reception will be given this general sembly sessions will extend through 10 days The opening sermon ivas preached by Rev St Woods of Memphis Tenn Turkey Backs Down Vienna May It is reported from Constantinople that the porte has ordered the Turkish minister in Washington to ratify the tional postal convention concluded at the postal congress in Washington several years ago If this report be true it shows that Turkey regrets having started a conflict with the powers Killed by a Marshal Princeton Ind May at- tempting to arrest Ben Hook at slow Town Marshal Wright was at- tacked by Joe Hook a brother of his prisoner and severely slashed with a knife The officer drew his revolver Sred and killed his assailant The Attending Physicians Predict the Death of Mrs IS ging oy a And Physicians say That Unless a Miracle pens Her Death is Only a Question of a Few Hours and Perhaps Minutes London's Suburbs London May population of ha outer ring of the suburbs of don is as against n 950.957 in and In 871 The total population of Greater London including the outer ring of is now WTHE News of the Four Quarters Presented lo Popular Form Village of Acerenza Italy shed by the fall of an immense rock Many killed Adjutant General Hoffman of the dropped lead at Albany Christopher Wise 38 dead with his throat cut at Kent O Foul suspected Charles Foster sentenced to 10 ears at Upper for the murder of Farmer Johnson James P Ayres 21 of Michigan a ensus cleric murdered at his ngs in Washington city No clew John Fay at La Conner Wts manded his young son for a trivial flense The boy suicided Father suit At Cincinnati Miss mon daughter of Judge iOia wedded George Heckle of on a civil health and discouraged be- of prevailing ork Mrs Edith Thomas friend ef je poor and fitted com- suicide is 11 shadow over the rejoicing of the populace of Ban cisco where President and ins party were received with such great demonstrations and unusual precautions wore taken early this morning to secure in the Scott neighborhood where Mrs Icy dangerously ill All events for today in which the President was to ed have heen abandoned but the President may attend banquet of Society tonight Friday Uie will school children in Golden and on he hopes the launching of the Ohio Miss Barber Mrs has been to launch the instead of her aunt San Francisco near death's door At a m Secretary the ing alarming Physicians report that Mrs condition is not favorable this she having had a sinking spell at At the same hour Mr announced that the President would not attend the of the Ohio San or central standard Tho President a miraclo happened life is only a question of a few hours and perhaps minutes All ot the women in the Scott mansion were instructed to withdraw from the house the nurse alone being permitted to remain A case of surgical instruments has just taken into tho house and it is ed that an operation will be performed on the patient immediately RIOTS Is Albany Becoming Serious State Militia And Strikers Clash in the Streets Many Men Women and Children and Trampled A Gang of Frightened Mea Given an Exciting Ride Across the City With a Cavalry Escort Albany May serious is the situation here over the traction com- pany strike that Governor Odell has postponed his proposed trip to the state institutions Two thousand armed soldiers are now within the city limits more are coming and are in readiness to move to Troy when Governor Odell so orders The streets are thronged with excited men and children As long as the traction does not at- tempt to move cars or bring in non- union men the on the street remain good-natured except for ing the soldiers and police but the instant an attempt is made to work on the Hues or bring nonunion men in the crowd becomes frenzied and bloodshed results Citizens nonunion men with broken limbs and bloody faces women and children trampled under foot soldiers maimed with ing missiles and loaders in the crowd beaten with muskets were some of the results of the day Anticipating an effort to move the cars in Troy Major Rohe has ordered several ments to hold themselves in readiness to move Mob and militia closed in combat Wednesday night but by the accident of fortune there were no serious It was the introduction of more nonunion men to take the places of the striking traction employes that produced the violence Seventy-five nonunion men reached the Union de- pot and their delivery at Quail street barn a mile and a half away was made wito a dash under cavalry cort with mob resistance in almost every block Frenzied men swarmed through the police lines surged around the fast-moving cavalrymen and fought to get at the cowed non- union men inside the circle of ing horses Several of the mob were knocked down by cornered men In the passage through the streets few of the caped the bricks and stones that were hurled at them but less than a dozen were badly hurt The courage of nearly a dozen of the non- union men failed them in the opening spurt through the crowds and they sprang from the that carried them to mingle with and be lost in the crowd Applied the Salve Peking May Mumm Von gave a farewell quet to General Chaffee at which he paid a grateful tribute to the cans and to conduct during their stay in China Replying to the com- of the German minister eral Chaffee Some my most pleasant memories of- China will be of my association with the Germans and I shall always esteem myself for- in having able to and admire that old man Count Von Waldersee I hope he will see his way to return through the United States Count Von Walr dersee who deeply touched said he hoped It would be possible for him to do> as General Chaffee had suggested i Porto Exports San Juan Porto Rico May from Jan 1 until May 1 amount to at the States ChieS among of which went to the States and to foreign countries Ot the exports of coHee the United States received hlle went to foreign tries divided between Cuba and France The United States re- worth of leaf while foreign countries received 563 worth The remainder of ex- ports amounting to were of cattle cigars and traits Want the President Indianapolis May An effort will be made to have President attend the dedication of the soldiers monument deliver aa id- dress The time for the dedication bas not yet been sot but there la a sentiment in favor of having e ceremonies occur the of July 21 to 28 when the entire national guard of the stato be here at Its annual encampment Tho monument sifter 11 years work outlay of Bank Looted Ky May 16 bers entered the Hart County Deposit Bank and Trust company's building stole in money aad bly more The vault was wrecked with nitroglycerin Three private boxes were stolen All contained and valuable papers Bonds and valuable papers were taken from the safe The extent of tie damage has not yet been ty settled No clew Ohio Prohibitionists O May state convention opened here with a large attendance The usual preliminaries were harmoniously dis- posed of There is an abundance of candidates for the offices among those mentioned for governor S Jay Pinney of Cuyahoga county Rev Hi F Lane of Lucas comity Hon G F Bough of Columbus QUARREL Among Marine Officers at Cavite Resulted in the Arrest of a Lieut Colonel One Officer Was Ordered Home aad the Commander Succeeding Him Denounced His Acts Manilla May unhappy has developed at the ters of marines in Cavite Colonel Henry C Cochrane was recently dered home and Lieutenant Colonel Mancil C Goodrell formerly der under Colonel Cochrane at was ordered to relieve him When Lieutenant Colonel Goodrell ar- rived to succeed Colonel Cochrane the two officers had an altercation which resulted in Lieutenant Colonel denouncing alleged acts of Col- onel Cochrane in connection with the Olongapo command Colonel reported to Rear Admiral Kempff hat Lieutenant Colonel was intoxicated and arrested him bly on the authority of Rear Admiral Kempff The latter disclaimed having given any such order Lieutenant remains custody and Lieutenant Colonel Allan C lon has been placed in command at Cavite relieving Colonel Cochrane All are now awaiting the result of a court of inquiry Will Attempt to Head Off the Boers To Prevent Them Reaching Quarters But There are About Eighteen or Nineteen Thousand Mea in the Field and That Eud London May Pretoria describing the return of- winter in South Africa This will mean troops no moving into winter quarters hut only a continuance of the most izing warfare ever undertaken The a scheme on foot to pre- vent the enemy retiring north into winter hut does not appear Us be very of success The figures of the intelligence he says shows that there are still be- tween and burghers available for service although no commando is knowa to larger than 800 Brethren day at the general the Brethren iit up principally in various boards and referring tto their respective committees thews read a it will equalize the lay representation with the and reduce the general conferences 284 to 184 delegates Rev G IT Sher rick in his report of the tion committee said there about congregations churches recommended the continuation of the board ta assist in places worship Abroad New Toric May A former secretary for Europe on the St Louis 1 am for roy said General Alger as I haTe not a rest since the of 1886 I am to bad in CALM Of French Polities Broken Two Incidents Turmoil in the Republic Marquis Saluces Re- and a Scandal Breaks Loose M Menis the French Minister of Justice That the Latter WiU Re- sign His Office Parts May eslis was rudely broken by two: the return of the Oe Saluces and the alleged exposition cf a scandal affecting M ilonis French minister of justice It is Mocis resiga in- consequence oi this exposition It appears that a German brandy at the Kon was excluded award by the jury of awards on account at the appearance of their bottled brandy and the label employed were regarded as unfair of French cognac Nevertheless firm was list of those awarded gold medals in the official journal The out that M the orary president of the concern iting this class of alcoholic product and insinuates that he is responsible for the forgery by which he ally profits The return of the Marquis Saluces is by the press as a supreme maneuver by the royalist and religions gations to delay the senate's action on the law of associations as it is im- the senate will be obliged suspend its legislative work in order to immediately convert itself into a high court The ministerial pers predict however this neuver svill because the senate will dispose of the law of associations first and even assist the government by hastening the adoption of hi The Marqis De lias no yet been arrested and is not likely be until Friday this being a holid To Suppress London May 1C Sir Michael chancellor of chequer has indicated that an inter- national conference to consider for the suppression of bounties is expected meet shortly Boxers Scattered Berlin May war has received the following from man headquarters at eral Liu's troops attacked tered Boxers 45 kilometers south of Pao Fu Havana Havana May The stevedores and went on a general strike against Zaldo Company control the lighter privileges in vana harbor Results of the Gumes Flayed Ia W H S Host 7 5 667 Mil S 11 la 5 1.1 e 4 13 At S 5 t Boston 0 W L S Y iO 5 10 tS 7 10 It 8 L 8 7 15 At Brooklyn 1 S At li At 4 At Boston A St Louis a WESTERN W CLUBS W Ind 14 3 D 14 5 730 7 11 388 11 7 7 12 touls 10 ft 1 17 At Fort Fort 7 apolis 10 At Toledo 11 3 At Marlon Marlon Louisville 2 10 Turf St Sharp Bird Wai Morris At Edith Miss Horrey At Daniel A At Oliver Mac At ta m m I mm At
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